Viva 60-second interview: Dr Craig Hamilton

Viva 60-second interview: Dr Craig Hamilton

Hi Craig, congratulations on passing your viva! What was your PhD title? The Harkive Project: popular music, data, and digital technologies Can you explain in a couple of sentences what your PhD was about? I was interested in the relationship between of digital, data and Internet technologies and popular music culture. I ended up exploring […]

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Corpus Linguistics Approaches to Data: Andrew Chatora

Corpus Linguistics Approaches to Data: Andrew Chatora

Andrew Chatora, a first year doctoral student, reflects on his experience of attending a workshop on corpus linguistics. I attended the Corpus Linguistics workshop at Birmingham City University as it felt novel, and I was chiefly interested in seeing whether it would be of relevance to me, and applicable to my research context. A key […]

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Viva 60-second interview: Dr Jerome Turner

Viva 60-second interview: Dr Jerome Turner

Hi Jerome, congratulations on passing your viva! How does it feel?! Good! It really did feel like the final but also biggest hurdle, and I’m glad to have got through it. What was your PhD title? Hyperlocal community media audiences: An ethnographic study of local social media spaces and their place in everyday life Can […]

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Finding the Groove: Ed McKeon

Finding the Groove: Ed McKeon

Finding the Groove by Ed McKeon My research is part-time. Part time, partitioned time, the relation of moments to a whole; and part time, about time – or rather timeliness. It’s also about a time of parts, a present ‘historical’ moment comprised of fragments that don’t fit together, don’t comprise a new whole – about an […]

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